Alan Hirsch discusses how evangelism creates consumers.
Paul Tripp discusses how to disciple children for mission.
Most Christians live in the ordinary everyday world, working, making a living, raising families, paying taxes, contributing to society and culture, getting along, doing their bit. But in what sense is the life of believers living in the “ordinary” realm – what we call the public square – part of the mission of God’s people?
David Platt talks about “the sinner’s prayer” and a biblical response to the gospel.
We have a lot of enthusiasts as it relates to holiness, we have a lot of enthusiasts as it relates to stewardship, we have a lot of enthusiasts as it relates to Bible knowledge and theology, but what I’ve found is that we have very few experts, very few practitioners. John O. shares why we need experts.
Three Missional Communities from The Austin Stone talk about what it looks like to collectively live on mission in their context.
Mike Breen looks more at that idea of fruitfulness and why we should put all of our time, attention and energy into it.
In this video in the Soma "4Gs" series, Megan Sobocinski shares how she has experienced the truth that God is glorious, so she doesn't have to fear others.
Tom Lin discusses why leadership isn’t sexy and the importance of suffering.
In this video in the Soma "4Gs" series, Mark Alvis shares how he has experienced the truth that God is great, so he doesn't have to be in control.
Mike Breen shares a state of the evangelical union telling where we've been in the past year and ideas of what the future holds.
Jeff Vanderstelt shares how to make your ministry more significant.
Sho Baraka expresses the need for a holistic approach to addressing the complex issues in the urban community.
David Platt discusses why we cannot fail when we give ourselves to the great commission.
Rodolpho Carrasco discusses the value of business for Christians.
Hugh Halter discusses finding a balance between gathering for church and scattering for church.
Jeff Vanderstelt asks the question, “What are you making disciples of?”
When one looks at “fully formed disciples” you’ll have to look back to the Scriptures and start asking some questions, or at least see how God has always formed his people and for what reason.
Dave Gibbons discusses depending on the Holy Spirit.